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Military schools offer an outstanding environment for highly-qualified educators. The 28 career opportunities listed are provided as a courtesy to AMCSUS member schools and any future or potential employees of these schools. All posting announcements have been constructed by the individual school, and content is never altered without the consent of the posting institution.


College Admissions Recruiter - Pennsylvania

The College Admissions Recruiter has the responsibility for assisting with planning, developing, implementing and evaluating multi-channel marketing and recruitment strategies related to enrollment. This position works closely with other Admissions staff to ensure a successful recruitment plan.

Summary:
- Coordinate projects related to recruiting/enrollment and recruitment management including offer programs, open houses, and local fairs.
- Oversee the evaluation of students' applications for admission per existing policies and criteria.
- Advise prospective/recruited students on admissions processes.
- Present reports and analyses of enrollment trends.
- Build and maintain relationships with external partners such as high school guidance counselors.
- Recruiting and contacting prospective college cadets in assigned territories.
- Coordinating and participating in Admissions receptions held in assigned territories.
- Meeting enrollment/recruitment goals through the execution of various approaches.
- Attending special fairs, i.e. college, preparatory and camp.
- Working weekends and evenings when appointments are scheduled or when assigned.
- Traveling to visit prospective students and their families.
- Traveling to visit high schools, colleges, universities, guidance counselors, educational consultants or others who may provide prospective students.
- Keeping a file of prospective students and following up leads in accordance with established territories.
- Maintaining regular office hours during the week when not traveling.
- Assist families through the Financial Aid Process.
- Other duties as deemed appropriate by the Senior Director of Admissions.

Qualifications
- Previous experience with student orientation, recruiting, advising, admissions or other relevant fields.
- Educational, marketing & communications, and/or sales background desirable.

Other/Special
- Served or serving in the military is a plus.
- Dynamic; able to represent and promote the school effectively and enthusiastically; excellent organizational and communications skills.
- Must be able to communicate visually and verbally with applicants and their families.
- Must be good at multi-tasking.
- Also must be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and Outlook.
- Well-organized, detail oriented, self-starter, ability to write and communicate effectively, ability to handle sensitive information, works well under pressure.
- Strong computer and organizational skills.
- Must be able to think, plan and execute strategically.
- Knowledge of CAMS administrative software is a plus.
- Flexible schedule and willing to travel.
- Understand Customer Service.
- Utilize relationship building techniques.
- Be able to work as a team player.

Schedule
- Full time: Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm
- Flexible schedule - may include Saturday or Sunday

Benefits
- BiWeekly Pay, direct deposit is available
- Medical Insurance Benefits
- Vision and dental benefits
- Short Term Disability available
- Life insurance is company paid
- Long Term Disability benefit is company paid
- Paid vacation, holiday and sick time
- Retirement planning options

Education
- Bachelor’s Degree required; Masters preferred.

Apply: To Apply: Please send your resume and salary requirements to HRRecruit@vfmac.edu


President - Wisconsin

St. John's Northwestern Leadership Academies offers an exceptional opportunity for an educational leader with strategic vision and bold leadership to continue the development of a truly exceptional boarding school for young men and women. Its mission, heritage, location, facilities, and people combine to make St. John's Northwestern a superb educational environment for an experienced leader in education.

Summary:
St. John's Northwestern Leadership Academies seeks a leader who is committed to the accomplishment of its mission and embraces the strategic initiatives and plans of the school and its board of trustees. The ideal candidate will have an earned degree from an accredited college or university, as well as advanced degrees or certifications in education and/or other disciplines.

The ideal candidate will have exceptional interpersonal and communications skills, both verbal and written. The president is primarily responsible for communicating and interacting with internal and external constituencies, thus needs to be articulate, energetic, diplomatic, collegial, inclusive, persuasive, and decisive. It is imperative that the president demonstrate excellent judgment. A personal and professional reputation for unquestionable integrity and morality is paramount. Candidate should have a moral commitment to serve for 7-10+ years.

The ideal candidate will have successful experience in a coeducational boarding school as chief executive officer, chief academic officer, chief operations/finance officer, or similar responsibility. A comprehensive understanding of the application of the military model for the education of young leaders at the middle and high school level must be evidenced in candidate's background. Demonstrated success in sound strategic planning is needed as the Academy adapts itself to the ever-changing challenges of the 21st Century. Background should also include successful financial resource development, recruitment and enrollment expertise, and financial acumen. The ideal candidate will be motivated by the mission of St. John's Northwestern Leadership Academies, as well as the challenge and opportunity available.

Apply: Nominations and letters of interest with supporting documents should be forwarded electronically in PDF FORMAT to: sjn-pr@collegiatecounsel.com.

Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. All applications will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age or disability. We endorse the letter and the spirit of the law.
https://amcsus.org/docs/President-SJNLA.pdf

St. John's Northwestern Leadership Academies was originally founded as St. John's Military Academy in 1884 in Delafield, Wisconsin, by Rev. Sidney T. Smythe, who served as president until his death in 1923. In 1995, SJMA merged with Northwestern Military and Naval Academy in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, to become St. John's Northwestern Military Academy on the Delafield campus. The Academy is principally a boarding school for grades 7 through 12, but has an active day program for those grades as well. It was an all-male school until summer 2018 when it became coeducational. At the same time, the Academy implemented the current governance structure now called St. John's Northwestern Leadership Academy. Within this structure is St. John's Northwestern Military Academy, the academic year program, St. John's Northwestern Summer Leadership Academy, the summer academic and adventure camp programs, and The Global Leadership Academy, an enhanced ESL program, slated to open in fall 2019.


Geometry and Algebra Teacher - Pennsylvania

Instruct high school students using various pedagogical methods. Prepare course objectives and outlines of study following curriculum guidelines and the requirements of the academy. Assign lessons and assesses student progress, records results, and issues regular reports to administration. In support of the college preparatory academic program, to provide instruction and other academic activities that will enable the students to succeed in the next grade or higher level of education. As part of the boarding school model of education, to coach, advice, counsel, support or otherwise help, encourage and motivate cadets to achieve success both inside and outside of the classroom. In support of the character development program, is to serve as a motivating role model and to provide instruction to assist the cadets in their development of strong moral and ethical values. As part of the militarily structured system, promote the establishment and maintenance of high standards of cadet decorum and discipline.

Summary:
Responsibilities
- Instruct assigned class schedule.
- Study Hall Supervision as scheduled.
- Contribute to the efficient management and administration of the Academy as required.
- Inform the students about the academic rules, regulations, policies and standards.
- Participate and attend in Faculty Meetings, Department Meetings and In-Service Days.
- Attendance is mandatory for Academy & College Professional Development Day.
- Attend various Cadet Events and Parent-Teacher Conferences as required.
- Support the development of Cadets outside of the classroom in accordance with your personal plan of involvement as approved by the Dean of the Academy.
- Maintain academic records, grades and lesson plans.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Dean of the Academy.

Qualifications
Bachelors Degree and/or Master Degree required, PA Teaching Certificate is a plus. Certification in area subject desired.
Experience: Minimum of three years teaching High School Mathematics.

Other/Special
- Demonstrate ability to work as part of a team in a positive, constructive manner.
- The candidate must be proficient with Microsoft Office, and Outlook.
- Well-organized, detail oriented, self-starter, ability to write and communicate effectively, works well under pressure.

Apply: For those interested in applying they can send their resume to HRRecruit@VFMAC.edu


Basketball Athletic Intern - Virginia

Fork Union Military Academy is seeking to hire a Basketball Athletic Intern for the 2018-2019 school year. This will pay a stipend and provide room, board and meals. This opportunity will also offer a full complement of employee benefits, including participation in group health, dental, vision, life, and long-term disability insurance; a 403(b) retirement plan and Paid Time Off.

Fork Union Military Academy is the largest all-male, college-prep, Christian, military boarding (and day) school in the country, and offers an exemplary private education to over 400 cadets in grades 7 through 12, as well as postgraduate study.

Founded in 1898, the Academy recognizes the importance of educating the entire young man-body, mind, and spirit. The Academy is situated on a beautiful 1,200-acre campus in Fork Union, Virginia. The Academy attracts a diverse Corps of Cadets from over 30 states and 19 countries.

Fork Union Military Academy has long been recognized as a leader and innovator among independent educational institutions. Since 1950, the Upper School has been using the One Subject Plan, which continues to revolutionize the high school academic program. In addition, the Academy boasts an Early College Scholars program, which enables select young men to complete an associate's degree during their junior and senior years at the Academy. The Middle School, while sharing a wing in the dormitory, is designed to meet the specific needs of 7th and 8th graders. The Academy also serves the needs of academic and athletic postgraduates.

Fork Union Military Academy is fully-accredited by VAIS (and VCPE), and is a member of NAIS and AMCSUS. Fork Union Military Academy is non-discriminatory in regards to race, creed, color, or national origin.


Special Education Math Teacher - Pennsylvania

The Special Education Math Teacher will develop and provide specialized instruction to support the needs of the student with disabilities and those teachers who teach these students in the regular classroom. The teacher will maintain an instructional environment conducive to meeting the needs of the students 504 and IEP plans and monitor goals and classroom accommodations.

Summary:
Essential functions of the job may include but are not limited to:

- Provides reached-based specialized instruction to address the instructional goals and objectives contained within each student’s IEP.
- Assesses student progress and determines the need for additional reinforcement or adjustment to instructional techniques
- Maintains the Math resource room and coordinates the schedule of the room with all classroom teachers.
- Provides extended testing and additional accommodations for all assessment activities from the regular education teachers.
- Attends team meetings from all students that receive services and communicates with the Case Manager to provide feedback
- Creates a positive learning experience with emphasis on individual and small group instruction
- Responds appropriately and timely to all family correspondence
- Encourages student use of technology when needed to help the students meet the assigned goals
- The teacher will actively participate as an advisor, resource specialist, and facilitator in faculty, grade level, department, and/or professional learning community meetings.

Other functions of the job include but are not limited to:

- The teacher assists in the supervision of students at school activities and events. The teacher remains vigilant of students throughout the school day and the school location, taking the initiative to engage students when students are acting inappropriately or in inappropriate locations for the time of day.
- Employs and implements a classroom structure and consistency to encourage student responsibility, cooperation and mutual respect with all campus policies and personnel.
- Participates in an after-school activity to benefit all students in the academy
- Provides consultation to classroom teachers regarding classroom adaptations, instructional modification, adaptive behavior, and other instructional interventions to meet the need of students with disabilities.

Knowledge Skills and Ability Required:

- Minimum B.A./B.S. degree in teaching from an accredited institution in Special Education or Mathematics
- Must have a PA Teaching Certificate in Special Education
- Knowledge of the principles, practice and procedures of special education and resource room
- Knowledge of school rules and ability to maintain classroom and behavior standards
- Knowledge and skills to work with children with ADD and behavioral and emotional disabilities.

Apply: Please send your resume to HRRecruit@VFMAC.edu


Spanish Teacher - Pennsylvania

Instruct high school students using various pedagogical methods. Prepare course objectives and outlines of study following curriculum guidelines and the requirements of the academy. Assign lessons and assesses student progress, records results, and issues regular reports to administration. In support of the college preparatory academic program, to provide instruction and other academic activities that will enable the students to succeed in the next grade or higher level of education. As part of the boarding school model of education, to coach, advice, counsel, support or otherwise help, encourage and motivate cadets to achieve success both inside and outside of the classroom. In support of the character development program, is to serve as a motivating role model and to provide instruction to assist the cadets in their development of strong moral and ethical values. As part of the militarily structured system, promote the establishment and maintenance of high standards of cadet decorum and discipline.

Summary:
Responsibilities:

- Instruct assigned class schedule.
- Study Hall Supervision as scheduled.
- Contribute to the efficient management and administration of the Academy as required.
- Inform the students about the academic rules, regulations, policies and standards.
- Participate and attend in Faculty Meetings, Department Meetings and In-Service Days.
- Attendance is mandatory for Academy & College Professional Development Day.
- Attend Opening Day Ceremony, Graduation Day Ceremony, Concerts, Parent-Teacher Conferences, and other events as required.
- Support the development of Cadets outside of the classroom in accordance with your personal plan of involvement as approved by the Headmaster.
- Maintain academic records, grades and lesson plans.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Headmaster.

Education
- Bachelor’s degree with PA Teaching Certificate required.

Experience
- Ideally, the candidate would have a minimum of three years teaching High School, professional experience in the Math field.

Other/Special:

- Demonstrate ability to work as part of a team in a positive, constructive manner.
- The candidate must be proficient with Microsoft Office, and Outlook.
- Well-organized, detail oriented, self-starter, ability to write and communicate effectively, works well under pressure.

Apply: Please send your resume to HRRecruit@VFMAC.edu


Evening TAC Officer - Virginia

Fork Union Military Academy is seeking to hire an Evening/Night TAC Officer for the 2018-2019 school year.

Summary:
The Evening/Night TAC Officer will rotate between evenings and overnight shifts. This person will act as the first adult in the chain of command in the after-hours and serve as the first response person in emergencies. They will also monitor the dorms and dining hall as Cadets transition from sports to Mess III, Retreat and CQ. The Evening TAC will be responsible to serve as part of the OC team, supervising nightly study hall.

Education Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree, Retired Military, Military Experience


Vice President of Business Affairs - Wisconsin

In this critical role, Vice President, Business Affairs is responsible for managing most financial activities of the Academy, including, but not limited to, monthly and annual reporting, budget planning and maintenance, tax filings and banking and investment activities. The Vice President, Business Affairs also ensures that all financial practices are conducted in a manner that maintains the financial integrity, stability, and well-being of the Academy.

Summary:
Essential Duties:
- Maintain all fiscal records of the Academy.
- Report to President, Finance Committee and Board of Trustees on the financial status of the Academy.
- Prepare and present annual budget recommendations.
- Coordinate input by departments as to budget requirements.
- Prepare annual budget, using input from departments, historical trends and known circumstances.
- Present annual budget to President, Finance Committee and Board of Trustees for approval.
- Monitor monthly income and expense activity.
- Maintain budget accounts in computer system and ensure expenditures are within budget limits.
- Provide primary staff with quarterly reports reflecting actual and budgeted expenditures to facilitate fiscal/budgetary control.
- Oversee annual audit with auditing firm.
- File all necessary tax/informational returns with the IRS and the Wisconsin Department of Revenue.
- Charitable Gift Annuities - Account for CGA activity, Complete and file annual report with the state Office of the Commissioner of Insurance, & Coordinate disbursement of annuity payments to beneficiaries.
- Charitable Remainder Trusts - Account for CRT activity, Provide outside auditors with trust return information; review trust return and file with the IRS & Calculate and coordinate disbursement of annuity payments to beneficiaries.
- Maintain banking and investment firm relations.
- Account for restricted donations and communicate with the Development Department to ensure that they are used in accordance with the donors' wishes.
- Serve as Assistant Treasurer of St. John's Military Academy Foundation. Report financial status to Foundation Board of Directors quarterly.
- Account for St. John's Northwestern Columbarium Corporation activity. Report financial status to Columbarium Corporation Board of Directors annually.
- Respond to direction and requests for reports and information by the Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees relative to fiscal policy, fiscal responsibility and control.
- Keep the President of the Academy informed on all contacts, inquiries and reports.
- Act as administrator of the Academy's retirement plan, performing all duties as required by law and by the Board of Trustees.
- Responsible for all aspects of Risk Management and ensuring the Academy has sufficient insurance coverage.

Non-Essential Duties:
- Account for and report to OBAA Treasurer the status of the Old Boys Scholarship Foundation's investment assets.
- Perform other duties as may be assigned by the President of the Academy.
- Cadet chaperone duties as assigned.

Supervisory Duties:
- Direct and supervise Comptroller, Human Resources Coordinator, Communication Clerk and Golf Course Manager. Coordinate completion of staff's duties during their vacation periods as necessary.

Qualifications and Requirements

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
- This position requires a disciplined, self-motivated individual who is careful and has a high degree of comfort with structure.
- The Vice President, Business Affairs must also be assertive on financial issues, but willing to defer to the President when appropriate, and be a diplomatic and perceptive communicator.
- Must also nurture a spirit of accountability and stewardship that will ensure long-range fiscal well-being of the Academy.
- Must be able to provide the initiative to implement the fiscal and support structure aspects of the Strategic Plan.
- Must also have excellent oral and written communication skills.

Education/Experience:
- Bachelor's Degree in Accounting and/or Business Management or the equivalent required.
- Minimum of five years of experience in Accounting and Business Management, which should include making financial decisions as well as responsibility for setting and maintaining budgets.
- Must be knowledgeable in the area of not-for-profit accounting.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
- CPA status preferred.
- MBA preferred.


TAC Officer - Pennsylvania

The TAC (Teach, Advise, and Counsel) Officer is responsible and accountable for the daily operations, training, discipline, leadership development, management and overall supervision of the cadets assigned to their unit. Maintains a safe and secure learning and living environment as well as oversees appropriate behavior management in accordance with the published rules and regulations. Is the primary point of contact for all actions associated with the cadets of their unit and are the primary counselor and role model to their cadets in shaping ethically mind citizen leaders of character. TAC's also have additional duties in support of the Academy's summer programs, training management and professional development. They are expected to develop both team and personal relationships with Cadets, built on trust and mutual respect and teach life skills. TACs lead by precept and example and are the embodiment of all the school was established on by its founder. The Barrack's Advisor is responsible for advising, coaching and guiding the cadets who reside in their assigned barracks as they negotiate their cadet responsibilities. This includes but is not limited to academic, tactical, community, VFMA&C, peer, family and personal responsibilities and challenges.

Summary:
Responsibilities

Leader: The TAC Officer is a positive role model and leader in their assigned units and is responsible for what the entire unit does or fails to do. The Officer is a model in appearance, conduct, language, bearing and leadership. Creates an orderly, disciplined, motivated and responsive environment with their unit which they can continually encourage, lead and teach the cadets. Officers must demonstrate a strong sense of purpose in molding today's youth into mature goal oriented citizens focused on future success in today's society.

Counselor: Responsible for providing both performance and developmental counseling to assist cadets in becoming better leaders themselves and other member of the corps as needed but not less than monthly. Representing the institution, may assume all the duties, liabilities and responsibilities of the lawful parent. Develops working relationships with other staff member such Chaplain's Office, Guidance Department, Counseling Center and Health Center, as well as with other members of the Staff and Faculty, to provide the proper direction in a cadet's life.

Advisor: The TAC Officer maintains good order though positive interactions and gives guidance by administering appropriate corrective action, in the moment coaching and mentoring, leadership teachings while upholding standards. Cadets who do not meet the standard are subject to disciplinary actions within their unit according to published regulations and directives. TAC Officers are responsible for tracking, administering or recommending to the appropriate levels and boards for adjudication.

Trainer: The TAC Officer will be knowledgeable of all phases of drill and capable of instructing School of the Soldier, Manual of Arms, Saber and Sword Manual and Physical Training. Responsible for the selection, training and development of the cadet leaders within the unit, ensuring each cadet knows the expectation, goal and is supported to meet their leadership obligations.

Administrator: The TAC Officer is responsible for insuring their unit meets all the administrative and operational daily inspections of their unit area to check for cleanliness, energy conservation and those inspection standards have been met. Prepares work orders relating to barracks damage and uniform fair wear and tear and attribute responsibility of cost. Perform officer in charge or other duties as directed by the Commandant of Cadets.

Education: Bachelor's Degree, in Social Sciences, i.e. Education, Counseling, or Social Work; or equivalent.

Experience: Prior employment and/or life experience that demonstrates strong leadership, sound judgement, team building and individual initiative abilities. Prefer previous senior military or law enforcement experience with company command experience. Previous experience working with adolescent boys, (Middle/High School) and young College aged adults (female/male) and/or background experience as a counselor within a residential/boarding school environment.

Other/Special:
- Good oral and written communication skills with developmental leadership skills.
- Ability to build and maintain relationships with cadets and other members of VFMAC
- Must comply with background checks in accordance with Pennsylvania Dept. of Ed.
- Computer skills and knowledge to work with basic programs
- Willingness to work with Adolescent boys, or College aged young adults
- Must be highly energetic, observant, and aware and must be an individual of integrity.
- Flexible Schedule including nights and weekends.

Apply: Interested individuals should submit resumes with cover letter and salary requirement to: hrrecruit@vfmac.edu


Single Subject High School Math Instructor - California

All teachers at NVMI teach five periods a day, attend military formations at the beginning and end of each school day, provide support for the instruction of physical education and character development/military science courses, and participate as auxiliary members of a military "company" to promote cadet morale and esprit de corps and show pride in that company by active participation in company spirit-building activities. We also ask each faculty member to find one or more activities to sponsor for out-of-class clubs/teams (orienteering, drill teams, interscholastic athletics, robotics, cheer, archery, marksmanship, color guard, band, intramural athletics, speech and debate, etc).

Summary:
The role of a teacher at NVMI is the most challenging teaching job you will ever face. It requires the best you can be:
- Caring, compassionate, and dedicated to helping each cadet achieve to their full potential
- Patient, forgiving, and consistent
- Committed to improving the academic performance of each student as measured both on internal and external assessments
- Willing to support student success through academic intervention during and outside class
- Planning engaging lessons that are standards based, make use of multiples teaching and learning modalities, and that students enjoy
- Insisting on student compliance with school rules and policies in a way that gains student cooperation and buy-in because such cooperation has logical positive consequences
- Promoting the college-going mindset by implementing and supporting a variety of schoolwide "executive function" programs and activities (school planner, backpack and notebook organization systems, etc).
- As NVMI is very much at the nascent stages of its development (we are finishing our fourth year of operation), the successful applicant not only needs to possess the characteristics listed and be philosophically be 100% committed to the vision, but must also welcome the challenge of building a school community that achieves that vision and has ideas about how to do so.

A successful NVMI teacher may have lots of teaching experience or may be new to the teaching profession. But each teacher will possess ALL of the above characteristics and philosophically be 100% committed to the above vision. Further, NVMI Teachers fulfill the 15 duties of an NVMI Teacher, which are aligned with the 15 duties of an NVMI cadet and 15 duties of an NVMI parent.

15 Duties of an NVMI Teacher:

1. Strive to provide academic excellence
2. Promote daily, proper use of the school planner
3. Work well as a member of teams and departments
4. Offer engaging lessons that prepare students for college
5. Communicate with colleagues, students, and parents about student progress
6. Demonstrate integrity and professionalism
7. Set and uphold high expectations for your students
8. Be an active participant in the school community
9. Practice honest professional judgment
10. Show pride in your work and appearance
11. Uphold the Cadet Code of Honor
12. Follow the three NVMI Golden Rules: Do the right thing, treat others the way you want to be treated, make NVMI and the world a better place
13. Provide positive reinforcement for a college-going culture
14. Respect all four pillars: Academics, Athletics, Leadership, Citizenship
15. Practice self-care and reflection of your professional practices

Apply: Only individuals with a valid California credential (or eligibility for an Intern Credential) need apply. People with military experience and at least a Bachelor's Degree are particularly encouraged to apply. Please submit a copy of your credential(s) along with a resume and a cover letter explaining HOW you embody the job description above to the attention of:

Dr. Mark P. Ryan, Superintendent
North Valley Military Institute
8309 Laurel Canyon Blvd., #295
Sun Valley, CA 91352
Or via email to mryan@novamil.org
http://www.novamil.org/employment-opportunities

Our vision is simple yet demanding - get every one of our students accepted into a four year college or university and have them ready for college English and math without having to take remedial coursework. Our school is built on four pillars - ACADEMICS that prepare cadets for college; LEADERSHIP which is learned and practiced by leading peers; CITIZENSHIP to become the best human beings possible that treat others with respect, do the right thing, and make our world a better place; and ATHLETICS which promote lifelong habits of wellness (physical, emotional, and psychological).

NVMI is not a boot camp. We use the structure and discipline of a military model to provide an environment with predictable standards and high expectations where every student (called a cadet at NVMI) knows they are loved and cared for both as people and as learners. We believe that every student can learn and will learn if they have enough support to overcome the many obstacles they face.

As a military school, people often assume NVMI cadets will march everywhere, do push-ups on command, and sit in straight rows yelling "yes sir" and "no ma'am" as a matter of habit. Cadets do march and do physical fitness activities and use military courtesy. But academic classrooms at NVMI look and feel like any QUALITY academic classroom in America. Students collaborate regularly in small learning teams that are essential elements of all classes. They are expected to participate in group discussions and occasionally work independently and do silent work. But cadets are expected to be active participants in their learning and teachers expected to create conditions for learning which maximize the likelihood that each cadet masters Common Core State Standards.

The North Valley Military Institute College Preparatory Academy (NVMI) is a grades 6-12 public charter school in Sun Valley, CA (Northeast San Fernando Valley). We serve a wonderful, yet challenging demographic of students, most of whom come to us having experienced trauma in their young lives - trauma from violence in homes and the community, substance abuse, gangs, exploitation, and death to name just a few sources. More than 90% qualify for free and reduced lunch, more than 20% are identified Special Education, half are English learners, and nearly all have experienced significant academic and behavioral failures in previous school settings.


Single Subject High School Physics Instructor (and ideally also Chemistry) - California

All teachers at NVMI teach five periods a day, attend military formations at the beginning and end of each school day, provide support for the instruction of physical education and character development/military science courses, and participate as auxiliary members of a military "company" to promote cadet morale and esprit de corps and show pride in that company by active participation in company spirit-building activities. We also ask each faculty member to find one or more activities to sponsor for out-of-class clubs/teams (orienteering, drill teams, interscholastic athletics, robotics, cheer, archery, marksmanship, color guard, band, intramural athletics, speech and debate, etc).

Summary:
The role of a teacher at NVMI is the most challenging teaching job you will ever face. It requires the best you can be:
- Caring, compassionate, and dedicated to helping each cadet achieve to their full potential
- Patient, forgiving, and consistent
- Committed to improving the academic performance of each student as measured both on internal and external assessments
- Willing to support student success through academic intervention during and outside class
- Planning engaging lessons that are standards based, make use of multiples teaching and learning modalities, and that students enjoy
- Insisting on student compliance with school rules and policies in a way that gains student cooperation and buy-in because such cooperation has logical positive consequences
- Promoting the college-going mindset by implementing and supporting a variety of schoolwide "executive function" programs and activities (school planner, backpack and notebook organization systems, etc).
- As NVMI is very much at the nascent stages of its development (we are finishing our fourth year of operation), the successful applicant not only needs to possess the characteristics listed and be philosophically be 100% committed to the vision, but must also welcome the challenge of building a school community that achieves that vision and has ideas about how to do so.

A successful NVMI teacher may have lots of teaching experience or may be new to the teaching profession. But each teacher will possess ALL of the above characteristics and philosophically be 100% committed to the above vision. Further, NVMI Teachers fulfill the 15 duties of an NVMI Teacher, which are aligned with the 15 duties of an NVMI cadet and 15 duties of an NVMI parent.

15 Duties of an NVMI Teacher:

1. Strive to provide academic excellence
2. Promote daily, proper use of the school planner
3. Work well as a member of teams and departments
4. Offer engaging lessons that prepare students for college
5. Communicate with colleagues, students, and parents about student progress
6. Demonstrate integrity and professionalism
7. Set and uphold high expectations for your students
8. Be an active participant in the school community
9. Practice honest professional judgment
10. Show pride in your work and appearance
11. Uphold the Cadet Code of Honor
12. Follow the three NVMI Golden Rules: Do the right thing, treat others the way you want to be treated, make NVMI and the world a better place
13. Provide positive reinforcement for a college-going culture
14. Respect all four pillars: Academics, Athletics, Leadership, Citizenship
15. Practice self-care and reflection of your professional practices

Apply: Only individuals with a valid California credential (or eligibility for an Intern Credential) need apply. People with military experience and at least a Bachelor's Degree are particularly encouraged to apply. Please submit a copy of your credential(s) along with a resume and a cover letter explaining HOW you embody the job description above to the attention of:

Dr. Mark P. Ryan, Superintendent
North Valley Military Institute
8309 Laurel Canyon Blvd., #295
Sun Valley, CA 91352
Or via email to mryan@novamil.org
http://www.novamil.org/employment-opportunities

Our vision is simple yet demanding - get every one of our students accepted into a four year college or university and have them ready for college English and math without having to take remedial coursework. Our school is built on four pillars - ACADEMICS that prepare cadets for college; LEADERSHIP which is learned and practiced by leading peers; CITIZENSHIP to become the best human beings possible that treat others with respect, do the right thing, and make our world a better place; and ATHLETICS which promote lifelong habits of wellness (physical, emotional, and psychological).

NVMI is not a boot camp. We use the structure and discipline of a military model to provide an environment with predictable standards and high expectations where every student (called a cadet at NVMI) knows they are loved and cared for both as people and as learners. We believe that every student can learn and will learn if they have enough support to overcome the many obstacles they face.

As a military school, people often assume NVMI cadets will march everywhere, do push-ups on command, and sit in straight rows yelling "yes sir" and "no ma'am" as a matter of habit. Cadets do march and do physical fitness activities and use military courtesy. But academic classrooms at NVMI look and feel like any QUALITY academic classroom in America. Students collaborate regularly in small learning teams that are essential elements of all classes. They are expected to participate in group discussions and occasionally work independently and do silent work. But cadets are expected to be active participants in their learning and teachers expected to create conditions for learning which maximize the likelihood that each cadet masters Common Core State Standards.

The North Valley Military Institute College Preparatory Academy (NVMI) is a grades 6-12 public charter school in Sun Valley, CA (Northeast San Fernando Valley). We serve a wonderful, yet challenging demographic of students, most of whom come to us having experienced trauma in their young lives - trauma from violence in homes and the community, substance abuse, gangs, exploitation, and death to name just a few sources. More than 90% qualify for free and reduced lunch, more than 20% are identified Special Education, half are English learners, and nearly all have experienced significant academic and behavioral failures in previous school settings.


Single Subject High School Biology Instructor - California

All teachers at NVMI teach five periods a day, attend military formations at the beginning and end of each school day, provide support for the instruction of physical education and character development/military science courses, and participate as auxiliary members of a military "company" to promote cadet morale and esprit de corps and show pride in that company by active participation in company spirit-building activities. We also ask each faculty member to find one or more activities to sponsor for out-of-class clubs/teams (orienteering, drill teams, interscholastic athletics, robotics, cheer, archery, marksmanship, color guard, band, intramural athletics, speech and debate, etc).

Summary:
The role of a teacher at NVMI is the most challenging teaching job you will ever face. It requires the best you can be:
- Caring, compassionate, and dedicated to helping each cadet achieve to their full potential
- Patient, forgiving, and consistent
- Committed to improving the academic performance of each student as measured both on internal and external assessments
- Willing to support student success through academic intervention during and outside class
- Planning engaging lessons that are standards based, make use of multiples teaching and learning modalities, and that students enjoy
- Insisting on student compliance with school rules and policies in a way that gains student cooperation and buy-in because such cooperation has logical positive consequences
- Promoting the college-going mindset by implementing and supporting a variety of schoolwide "executive function" programs and activities (school planner, backpack and notebook organization systems, etc).
- As NVMI is very much at the nascent stages of its development (we are finishing our fourth year of operation), the successful applicant not only needs to possess the characteristics listed and be philosophically be 100% committed to the vision, but must also welcome the challenge of building a school community that achieves that vision and has ideas about how to do so.

A successful NVMI teacher may have lots of teaching experience or may be new to the teaching profession. But each teacher will possess ALL of the above characteristics and philosophically be 100% committed to the above vision. Further, NVMI Teachers fulfill the 15 duties of an NVMI Teacher, which are aligned with the 15 duties of an NVMI cadet and 15 duties of an NVMI parent.

15 Duties of an NVMI Teacher:

1. Strive to provide academic excellence
2. Promote daily, proper use of the school planner
3. Work well as a member of teams and departments
4. Offer engaging lessons that prepare students for college
5. Communicate with colleagues, students, and parents about student progress
6. Demonstrate integrity and professionalism
7. Set and uphold high expectations for your students
8. Be an active participant in the school community
9. Practice honest professional judgment
10. Show pride in your work and appearance
11. Uphold the Cadet Code of Honor
12. Follow the three NVMI Golden Rules: Do the right thing, treat others the way you want to be treated, make NVMI and the world a better place
13. Provide positive reinforcement for a college-going culture
14. Respect all four pillars: Academics, Athletics, Leadership, Citizenship
15. Practice self-care and reflection of your professional practices

Apply: Only individuals with a valid California credential (or eligibility for an Intern Credential) need apply. People with military experience and at least a Bachelor's Degree are particularly encouraged to apply. Please submit a copy of your credential(s) along with a resume and a cover letter explaining HOW you embody the job description above to the attention of:

Dr. Mark P. Ryan, Superintendent
North Valley Military Institute
8309 Laurel Canyon Blvd., #295
Sun Valley, CA 91352
Or via email to mryan@novamil.org
http://www.novamil.org/employment-opportunities

Our vision is simple yet demanding - get every one of our students accepted into a four year college or university and have them ready for college English and math without having to take remedial coursework. Our school is built on four pillars - ACADEMICS that prepare cadets for college; LEADERSHIP which is learned and practiced by leading peers; CITIZENSHIP to become the best human beings possible that treat others with respect, do the right thing, and make our world a better place; and ATHLETICS which promote lifelong habits of wellness (physical, emotional, and psychological).

NVMI is not a boot camp. We use the structure and discipline of a military model to provide an environment with predictable standards and high expectations where every student (called a cadet at NVMI) knows they are loved and cared for both as people and as learners. We believe that every student can learn and will learn if they have enough support to overcome the many obstacles they face.

As a military school, people often assume NVMI cadets will march everywhere, do push-ups on command, and sit in straight rows yelling "yes sir" and "no ma'am" as a matter of habit. Cadets do march and do physical fitness activities and use military courtesy. But academic classrooms at NVMI look and feel like any QUALITY academic classroom in America. Students collaborate regularly in small learning teams that are essential elements of all classes. They are expected to participate in group discussions and occasionally work independently and do silent work. But cadets are expected to be active participants in their learning and teachers expected to create conditions for learning which maximize the likelihood that each cadet masters Common Core State Standards.

The North Valley Military Institute College Preparatory Academy (NVMI) is a grades 6-12 public charter school in Sun Valley, CA (Northeast San Fernando Valley). We serve a wonderful, yet challenging demographic of students, most of whom come to us having experienced trauma in their young lives - trauma from violence in homes and the community, substance abuse, gangs, exploitation, and death to name just a few sources. More than 90% qualify for free and reduced lunch, more than 20% are identified Special Education, half are English learners, and nearly all have experienced significant academic and behavioral failures in previous school settings.


Single Subject High School Art Instructor - California

All teachers at NVMI teach five periods a day, attend military formations at the beginning and end of each school day, provide support for the instruction of physical education and character development/military science courses, and participate as auxiliary members of a military "company" to promote cadet morale and esprit de corps and show pride in that company by active participation in company spirit-building activities. We also ask each faculty member to find one or more activities to sponsor for out-of-class clubs/teams (orienteering, drill teams, interscholastic athletics, robotics, cheer, archery, marksmanship, color guard, band, intramural athletics, speech and debate, etc).

Summary:
The role of a teacher at NVMI is the most challenging teaching job you will ever face. It requires the best you can be:
- Caring, compassionate, and dedicated to helping each cadet achieve to their full potential
- Patient, forgiving, and consistent
- Committed to improving the academic performance of each student as measured both on internal and external assessments
- Willing to support student success through academic intervention during and outside class
- Planning engaging lessons that are standards based, make use of multiples teaching and learning modalities, and that students enjoy
- Insisting on student compliance with school rules and policies in a way that gains student cooperation and buy-in because such cooperation has logical positive consequences
- Promoting the college-going mindset by implementing and supporting a variety of schoolwide "executive function" programs and activities (school planner, backpack and notebook organization systems, etc).
- As NVMI is very much at the nascent stages of its development (we are finishing our fourth year of operation), the successful applicant not only needs to possess the characteristics listed and be philosophically be 100% committed to the vision, but must also welcome the challenge of building a school community that achieves that vision and has ideas about how to do so.

A successful NVMI teacher may have lots of teaching experience or may be new to the teaching profession. But each teacher will possess ALL of the above characteristics and philosophically be 100% committed to the above vision. Further, NVMI Teachers fulfill the 15 duties of an NVMI Teacher, which are aligned with the 15 duties of an NVMI cadet and 15 duties of an NVMI parent.

15 Duties of an NVMI Teacher:

1. Strive to provide academic excellence
2. Promote daily, proper use of the school planner
3. Work well as a member of teams and departments
4. Offer engaging lessons that prepare students for college
5. Communicate with colleagues, students, and parents about student progress
6. Demonstrate integrity and professionalism
7. Set and uphold high expectations for your students
8. Be an active participant in the school community
9. Practice honest professional judgment
10. Show pride in your work and appearance
11. Uphold the Cadet Code of Honor
12. Follow the three NVMI Golden Rules: Do the right thing, treat others the way you want to be treated, make NVMI and the world a better place
13. Provide positive reinforcement for a college-going culture
14. Respect all four pillars: Academics, Athletics, Leadership, Citizenship
15. Practice self-care and reflection of your professional practices

Apply: Only individuals with a valid California credential (or eligibility for an Intern Credential) need apply. People with military experience and at least a Bachelor's Degree are particularly encouraged to apply. Please submit a copy of your credential(s) along with a resume and a cover letter explaining HOW you embody the job description above to the attention of:

Dr. Mark P. Ryan, Superintendent
North Valley Military Institute
8309 Laurel Canyon Blvd., #295
Sun Valley, CA 91352
Or via email to mryan@novamil.org
http://www.novamil.org/employment-opportunities

Our vision is simple yet demanding - get every one of our students accepted into a four year college or university and have them ready for college English and math without having to take remedial coursework. Our school is built on four pillars - ACADEMICS that prepare cadets for college; LEADERSHIP which is learned and practiced by leading peers; CITIZENSHIP to become the best human beings possible that treat others with respect, do the right thing, and make our world a better place; and ATHLETICS which promote lifelong habits of wellness (physical, emotional, and psychological).

NVMI is not a boot camp. We use the structure and discipline of a military model to provide an environment with predictable standards and high expectations where every student (called a cadet at NVMI) knows they are loved and cared for both as people and as learners. We believe that every student can learn and will learn if they have enough support to overcome the many obstacles they face.

As a military school, people often assume NVMI cadets will march everywhere, do push-ups on command, and sit in straight rows yelling "yes sir" and "no ma'am" as a matter of habit. Cadets do march and do physical fitness activities and use military courtesy. But academic classrooms at NVMI look and feel like any QUALITY academic classroom in America. Students collaborate regularly in small learning teams that are essential elements of all classes. They are expected to participate in group discussions and occasionally work independently and do silent work. But cadets are expected to be active participants in their learning and teachers expected to create conditions for learning which maximize the likelihood that each cadet masters Common Core State Standards.

The North Valley Military Institute College Preparatory Academy (NVMI) is a grades 6-12 public charter school in Sun Valley, CA (Northeast San Fernando Valley). We serve a wonderful, yet challenging demographic of students, most of whom come to us having experienced trauma in their young lives - trauma from violence in homes and the community, substance abuse, gangs, exploitation, and death to name just a few sources. More than 90% qualify for free and reduced lunch, more than 20% are identified Special Education, half are English learners, and nearly all have experienced significant academic and behavioral failures in previous school settings.


Part Time Single Subject French - California

All teachers at NVMI teach five periods a day, attend military formations at the beginning and end of each school day, provide support for the instruction of physical education and character development/military science courses, and participate as auxiliary members of a military "company" to promote cadet morale and esprit de corps and show pride in that company by active participation in company spirit-building activities. We also ask each faculty member to find one or more activities to sponsor for out-of-class clubs/teams (orienteering, drill teams, interscholastic athletics, robotics, cheer, archery, marksmanship, color guard, band, intramural athletics, speech and debate, etc).

Summary:
The role of a teacher at NVMI is the most challenging teaching job you will ever face. It requires the best you can be:
- Caring, compassionate, and dedicated to helping each cadet achieve to their full potential
- Patient, forgiving, and consistent
- Committed to improving the academic performance of each student as measured both on internal and external assessments
- Willing to support student success through academic intervention during and outside class
- Planning engaging lessons that are standards based, make use of multiples teaching and learning modalities, and that students enjoy
- Insisting on student compliance with school rules and policies in a way that gains student cooperation and buy-in because such cooperation has logical positive consequences
- Promoting the college-going mindset by implementing and supporting a variety of schoolwide "executive function" programs and activities (school planner, backpack and notebook organization systems, etc).
- As NVMI is very much at the nascent stages of its development (we are finishing our fourth year of operation), the successful applicant not only needs to possess the characteristics listed and be philosophically be 100% committed to the vision, but must also welcome the challenge of building a school community that achieves that vision and has ideas about how to do so.

A successful NVMI teacher may have lots of teaching experience or may be new to the teaching profession. But each teacher will possess ALL of the above characteristics and philosophically be 100% committed to the above vision. Further, NVMI Teachers fulfill the 15 duties of an NVMI Teacher, which are aligned with the 15 duties of an NVMI cadet and 15 duties of an NVMI parent.

15 Duties of an NVMI Teacher:

1. Strive to provide academic excellence
2. Promote daily, proper use of the school planner
3. Work well as a member of teams and departments
4. Offer engaging lessons that prepare students for college
5. Communicate with colleagues, students, and parents about student progress
6. Demonstrate integrity and professionalism
7. Set and uphold high expectations for your students
8. Be an active participant in the school community
9. Practice honest professional judgment
10. Show pride in your work and appearance
11. Uphold the Cadet Code of Honor
12. Follow the three NVMI Golden Rules: Do the right thing, treat others the way you want to be treated, make NVMI and the world a better place
13. Provide positive reinforcement for a college-going culture
14. Respect all four pillars: Academics, Athletics, Leadership, Citizenship
15. Practice self-care and reflection of your professional practices

Apply: Only individuals with a valid California credential (or eligibility for an Intern Credential) need apply. People with military experience and at least a Bachelor's Degree are particularly encouraged to apply. Please submit a copy of your credential(s) along with a resume and a cover letter explaining HOW you embody the job description above to the attention of:

Dr. Mark P. Ryan, Superintendent
North Valley Military Institute
8309 Laurel Canyon Blvd., #295
Sun Valley, CA 91352
Or via email to mryan@novamil.org
http://www.novamil.org/employment-opportunities

Our vision is simple yet demanding - get every one of our students accepted into a four year college or university and have them ready for college English and math without having to take remedial coursework. Our school is built on four pillars - ACADEMICS that prepare cadets for college; LEADERSHIP which is learned and practiced by leading peers; CITIZENSHIP to become the best human beings possible that treat others with respect, do the right thing, and make our world a better place; and ATHLETICS which promote lifelong habits of wellness (physical, emotional, and psychological).

NVMI is not a boot camp. We use the structure and discipline of a military model to provide an environment with predictable standards and high expectations where every student (called a cadet at NVMI) knows they are loved and cared for both as people and as learners. We believe that every student can learn and will learn if they have enough support to overcome the many obstacles they face.

As a military school, people often assume NVMI cadets will march everywhere, do push-ups on command, and sit in straight rows yelling "yes sir" and "no ma'am" as a matter of habit. Cadets do march and do physical fitness activities and use military courtesy. But academic classrooms at NVMI look and feel like any QUALITY academic classroom in America. Students collaborate regularly in small learning teams that are essential elements of all classes. They are expected to participate in group discussions and occasionally work independently and do silent work. But cadets are expected to be active participants in their learning and teachers expected to create conditions for learning which maximize the likelihood that each cadet masters Common Core State Standards.

The North Valley Military Institute College Preparatory Academy (NVMI) is a grades 6-12 public charter school in Sun Valley, CA (Northeast San Fernando Valley). We serve a wonderful, yet challenging demographic of students, most of whom come to us having experienced trauma in their young lives - trauma from violence in homes and the community, substance abuse, gangs, exploitation, and death to name just a few sources. More than 90% qualify for free and reduced lunch, more than 20% are identified Special Education, half are English learners, and nearly all have experienced significant academic and behavioral failures in previous school settings.


Resource Teacher (Education Specialist Credential) - California

All teachers at NVMI teach five periods a day, attend military formations at the beginning and end of each school day, provide support for the instruction of physical education and character development/military science courses, and participate as auxiliary members of a military "company" to promote cadet morale and esprit de corps and show pride in that company by active participation in company spirit-building activities. We also ask each faculty member to find one or more activities to sponsor for out-of-class clubs/teams (orienteering, drill teams, interscholastic athletics, robotics, cheer, archery, marksmanship, color guard, band, intramural athletics, speech and debate, etc).

Summary:
The role of a teacher at NVMI is the most challenging teaching job you will ever face. It requires the best you can be:
- Caring, compassionate, and dedicated to helping each cadet achieve to their full potential
- Patient, forgiving, and consistent
- Committed to improving the academic performance of each student as measured both on internal and external assessments
- Willing to support student success through academic intervention during and outside class
- Planning engaging lessons that are standards based, make use of multiples teaching and learning modalities, and that students enjoy
- Insisting on student compliance with school rules and policies in a way that gains student cooperation and buy-in because such cooperation has logical positive consequences
- Promoting the college-going mindset by implementing and supporting a variety of schoolwide "executive function" programs and activities (school planner, backpack and notebook organization systems, etc).
- As NVMI is very much at the nascent stages of its development (we are finishing our fourth year of operation), the successful applicant not only needs to possess the characteristics listed and be philosophically be 100% committed to the vision, but must also welcome the challenge of building a school community that achieves that vision and has ideas about how to do so.

A successful NVMI teacher may have lots of teaching experience or may be new to the teaching profession. But each teacher will possess ALL of the above characteristics and philosophically be 100% committed to the above vision. Further, NVMI Teachers fulfill the 15 duties of an NVMI Teacher, which are aligned with the 15 duties of an NVMI cadet and 15 duties of an NVMI parent.

15 Duties of an NVMI Teacher:

1. Strive to provide academic excellence
2. Promote daily, proper use of the school planner
3. Work well as a member of teams and departments
4. Offer engaging lessons that prepare students for college
5. Communicate with colleagues, students, and parents about student progress
6. Demonstrate integrity and professionalism
7. Set and uphold high expectations for your students
8. Be an active participant in the school community
9. Practice honest professional judgment
10. Show pride in your work and appearance
11. Uphold the Cadet Code of Honor
12. Follow the three NVMI Golden Rules: Do the right thing, treat others the way you want to be treated, make NVMI and the world a better place
13. Provide positive reinforcement for a college-going culture
14. Respect all four pillars: Academics, Athletics, Leadership, Citizenship
15. Practice self-care and reflection of your professional practices

Apply: Only individuals with a valid California credential (or eligibility for an Intern Credential) need apply. People with military experience and at least a Bachelor's Degree are particularly encouraged to apply. Please submit a copy of your credential(s) along with a resume and a cover letter explaining HOW you embody the job description above to the attention of:

Dr. Mark P. Ryan, Superintendent
North Valley Military Institute
8309 Laurel Canyon Blvd., #295
Sun Valley, CA 91352
Or via email to mryan@novamil.org
http://www.novamil.org/employment-opportunities

Our vision is simple yet demanding - get every one of our students accepted into a four year college or university and have them ready for college English and math without having to take remedial coursework. Our school is built on four pillars - ACADEMICS that prepare cadets for college; LEADERSHIP which is learned and practiced by leading peers; CITIZENSHIP to become the best human beings possible that treat others with respect, do the right thing, and make our world a better place; and ATHLETICS which promote lifelong habits of wellness (physical, emotional, and psychological).

NVMI is not a boot camp. We use the structure and discipline of a military model to provide an environment with predictable standards and high expectations where every student (called a cadet at NVMI) knows they are loved and cared for both as people and as learners. We believe that every student can learn and will learn if they have enough support to overcome the many obstacles they face.

As a military school, people often assume NVMI cadets will march everywhere, do push-ups on command, and sit in straight rows yelling "yes sir" and "no ma'am" as a matter of habit. Cadets do march and do physical fitness activities and use military courtesy. But academic classrooms at NVMI look and feel like any QUALITY academic classroom in America. Students collaborate regularly in small learning teams that are essential elements of all classes. They are expected to participate in group discussions and occasionally work independently and do silent work. But cadets are expected to be active participants in their learning and teachers expected to create conditions for learning which maximize the likelihood that each cadet masters Common Core State Standards.

The North Valley Military Institute College Preparatory Academy (NVMI) is a grades 6-12 public charter school in Sun Valley, CA (Northeast San Fernando Valley). We serve a wonderful, yet challenging demographic of students, most of whom come to us having experienced trauma in their young lives - trauma from violence in homes and the community, substance abuse, gangs, exploitation, and death to name just a few sources. More than 90% qualify for free and reduced lunch, more than 20% are identified Special Education, half are English learners, and nearly all have experienced significant academic and behavioral failures in previous school settings.


Middle School Multiple Subject Self-Contained (all subjects) - California

All teachers at NVMI teach five periods a day, attend military formations at the beginning and end of each school day, provide support for the instruction of physical education and character development/military science courses, and participate as auxiliary members of a military "company" to promote cadet morale and esprit de corps and show pride in that company by active participation in company spirit-building activities. We also ask each faculty member to find one or more activities to sponsor for out-of-class clubs/teams (orienteering, drill teams, interscholastic athletics, robotics, cheer, archery, marksmanship, color guard, band, intramural athletics, speech and debate, etc).

Summary:
The role of a teacher at NVMI is the most challenging teaching job you will ever face. It requires the best you can be:
- Caring, compassionate, and dedicated to helping each cadet achieve to their full potential
- Patient, forgiving, and consistent
- Committed to improving the academic performance of each student as measured both on internal and external assessments
- Willing to support student success through academic intervention during and outside class
- Planning engaging lessons that are standards based, make use of multiples teaching and learning modalities, and that students enjoy
- Insisting on student compliance with school rules and policies in a way that gains student cooperation and buy-in because such cooperation has logical positive consequences
- Promoting the college-going mindset by implementing and supporting a variety of schoolwide "executive function" programs and activities (school planner, backpack and notebook organization systems, etc).
- As NVMI is very much at the nascent stages of its development (we are finishing our fourth year of operation), the successful applicant not only needs to possess the characteristics listed and be philosophically be 100% committed to the vision, but must also welcome the challenge of building a school community that achieves that vision and has ideas about how to do so.

A successful NVMI teacher may have lots of teaching experience or may be new to the teaching profession. But each teacher will possess ALL of the above characteristics and philosophically be 100% committed to the above vision. Further, NVMI Teachers fulfill the 15 duties of an NVMI Teacher, which are aligned with the 15 duties of an NVMI cadet and 15 duties of an NVMI parent.

15 Duties of an NVMI Teacher:

1. Strive to provide academic excellence
2. Promote daily, proper use of the school planner
3. Work well as a member of teams and departments
4. Offer engaging lessons that prepare students for college
5. Communicate with colleagues, students, and parents about student progress
6. Demonstrate integrity and professionalism
7. Set and uphold high expectations for your students
8. Be an active participant in the school community
9. Practice honest professional judgment
10. Show pride in your work and appearance
11. Uphold the Cadet Code of Honor
12. Follow the three NVMI Golden Rules: Do the right thing, treat others the way you want to be treated, make NVMI and the world a better place
13. Provide positive reinforcement for a college-going culture
14. Respect all four pillars: Academics, Athletics, Leadership, Citizenship
15. Practice self-care and reflection of your professional practices

Apply: Only individuals with a valid California credential (or eligibility for an Intern Credential) need apply. People with military experience and at least a Bachelor's Degree are particularly encouraged to apply. Please submit a copy of your credential(s) along with a resume and a cover letter explaining HOW you embody the job description above to the attention of:

Dr. Mark P. Ryan, Superintendent
North Valley Military Institute
8309 Laurel Canyon Blvd., #295
Sun Valley, CA 91352
Or via email to mryan@novamil.org
http://www.novamil.org/employment-opportunities

Our vision is simple yet demanding - get every one of our students accepted into a four year college or university and have them ready for college English and math without having to take remedial coursework. Our school is built on four pillars - ACADEMICS that prepare cadets for college; LEADERSHIP which is learned and practiced by leading peers; CITIZENSHIP to become the best human beings possible that treat others with respect, do the right thing, and make our world a better place; and ATHLETICS which promote lifelong habits of wellness (physical, emotional, and psychological).

NVMI is not a boot camp. We use the structure and discipline of a military model to provide an environment with predictable standards and high expectations where every student (called a cadet at NVMI) knows they are loved and cared for both as people and as learners. We believe that every student can learn and will learn if they have enough support to overcome the many obstacles they face.

As a military school, people often assume NVMI cadets will march everywhere, do push-ups on command, and sit in straight rows yelling "yes sir" and "no ma'am" as a matter of habit. Cadets do march and do physical fitness activities and use military courtesy. But academic classrooms at NVMI look and feel like any QUALITY academic classroom in America. Students collaborate regularly in small learning teams that are essential elements of all classes. They are expected to participate in group discussions and occasionally work independently and do silent work. But cadets are expected to be active participants in their learning and teachers expected to create conditions for learning which maximize the likelihood that each cadet masters Common Core State Standards.

The North Valley Military Institute College Preparatory Academy (NVMI) is a grades 6-12 public charter school in Sun Valley, CA (Northeast San Fernando Valley). We serve a wonderful, yet challenging demographic of students, most of whom come to us having experienced trauma in their young lives - trauma from violence in homes and the community, substance abuse, gangs, exploitation, and death to name just a few sources. More than 90% qualify for free and reduced lunch, more than 20% are identified Special Education, half are English learners, and nearly all have experienced significant academic and behavioral failures in previous school settings.


Multiple Subject Middle School Math and Science Instructor - California

All teachers at NVMI teach five periods a day, attend military formations at the beginning and end of each school day, provide support for the instruction of physical education and character development/military science courses, and participate as auxiliary members of a military "company" to promote cadet morale and esprit de corps and show pride in that company by active participation in company spirit-building activities. We also ask each faculty member to find one or more activities to sponsor for out-of-class clubs/teams (orienteering, drill teams, interscholastic athletics, robotics, cheer, archery, marksmanship, color guard, band, intramural athletics, speech and debate, etc).

Summary:
The role of a teacher at NVMI is the most challenging teaching job you will ever face. It requires the best you can be:
- Caring, compassionate, and dedicated to helping each cadet achieve to their full potential
- Patient, forgiving, and consistent
- Committed to improving the academic performance of each student as measured both on internal and external assessments
- Willing to support student success through academic intervention during and outside class
- Planning engaging lessons that are standards based, make use of multiples teaching and learning modalities, and that students enjoy
- Insisting on student compliance with school rules and policies in a way that gains student cooperation and buy-in because such cooperation has logical positive consequences
- Promoting the college-going mindset by implementing and supporting a variety of schoolwide "executive function" programs and activities (school planner, backpack and notebook organization systems, etc).
- As NVMI is very much at the nascent stages of its development (we are finishing our fourth year of operation), the successful applicant not only needs to possess the characteristics listed and be philosophically be 100% committed to the vision, but must also welcome the challenge of building a school community that achieves that vision and has ideas about how to do so.

A successful NVMI teacher may have lots of teaching experience or may be new to the teaching profession. But each teacher will possess ALL of the above characteristics and philosophically be 100% committed to the above vision. Further, NVMI Teachers fulfill the 15 duties of an NVMI Teacher, which are aligned with the 15 duties of an NVMI cadet and 15 duties of an NVMI parent.

15 Duties of an NVMI Teacher:

1. Strive to provide academic excellence
2. Promote daily, proper use of the school planner
3. Work well as a member of teams and departments
4. Offer engaging lessons that prepare students for college
5. Communicate with colleagues, students, and parents about student progress
6. Demonstrate integrity and professionalism
7. Set and uphold high expectations for your students
8. Be an active participant in the school community
9. Practice honest professional judgment
10. Show pride in your work and appearance
11. Uphold the Cadet Code of Honor
12. Follow the three NVMI Golden Rules: Do the right thing, treat others the way you want to be treated, make NVMI and the world a better place
13. Provide positive reinforcement for a college-going culture
14. Respect all four pillars: Academics, Athletics, Leadership, Citizenship
15. Practice self-care and reflection of your professional practices

Apply: Only individuals with a valid California credential (or eligibility for an Intern Credential) need apply. People with military experience and at least a Bachelor's Degree are particularly encouraged to apply. Please submit a copy of your credential(s) along with a resume and a cover letter explaining HOW you embody the job description above to the attention of:

Dr. Mark P. Ryan, Superintendent
North Valley Military Institute
8309 Laurel Canyon Blvd., #295
Sun Valley, CA 91352
Or via email to mryan@novamil.org
http://www.novamil.org/employment-opportunities

Our vision is simple yet demanding - get every one of our students accepted into a four year college or university and have them ready for college English and math without having to take remedial coursework. Our school is built on four pillars - ACADEMICS that prepare cadets for college; LEADERSHIP which is learned and practiced by leading peers; CITIZENSHIP to become the best human beings possible that treat others with respect, do the right thing, and make our world a better place; and ATHLETICS which promote lifelong habits of wellness (physical, emotional, and psychological).

NVMI is not a boot camp. We use the structure and discipline of a military model to provide an environment with predictable standards and high expectations where every student (called a cadet at NVMI) knows they are loved and cared for both as people and as learners. We believe that every student can learn and will learn if they have enough support to overcome the many obstacles they face.

As a military school, people often assume NVMI cadets will march everywhere, do push-ups on command, and sit in straight rows yelling "yes sir" and "no ma'am" as a matter of habit. Cadets do march and do physical fitness activities and use military courtesy. But academic classrooms at NVMI look and feel like any QUALITY academic classroom in America. Students collaborate regularly in small learning teams that are essential elements of all classes. They are expected to participate in group discussions and occasionally work independently and do silent work. But cadets are expected to be active participants in their learning and teachers expected to create conditions for learning which maximize the likelihood that each cadet masters Common Core State Standards.

The North Valley Military Institute College Preparatory Academy (NVMI) is a grades 6-12 public charter school in Sun Valley, CA (Northeast San Fernando Valley). We serve a wonderful, yet challenging demographic of students, most of whom come to us having experienced trauma in their young lives - trauma from violence in homes and the community, substance abuse, gangs, exploitation, and death to name just a few sources. More than 90% qualify for free and reduced lunch, more than 20% are identified Special Education, half are English learners, and nearly all have experienced significant academic and behavioral failures in previous school settings.


Multiple Subject Middle School English and History/Social Students Instructor - California

All teachers at NVMI teach five periods a day, attend military formations at the beginning and end of each school day, provide support for the instruction of physical education and character development/military science courses, and participate as auxiliary members of a military "company" to promote cadet morale and esprit de corps and show pride in that company by active participation in company spirit-building activities. We also ask each faculty member to find one or more activities to sponsor for out-of-class clubs/teams (orienteering, drill teams, interscholastic athletics, robotics, cheer, archery, marksmanship, color guard, band, intramural athletics, speech and debate, etc).

Summary:
The role of a teacher at NVMI is the most challenging teaching job you will ever face. It requires the best you can be:
- Caring, compassionate, and dedicated to helping each cadet achieve to their full potential
- Patient, forgiving, and consistent
- Committed to improving the academic performance of each student as measured both on internal and external assessments
- Willing to support student success through academic intervention during and outside class
- Planning engaging lessons that are standards based, make use of multiples teaching and learning modalities, and that students enjoy
- Insisting on student compliance with school rules and policies in a way that gains student cooperation and buy-in because such cooperation has logical positive consequences
- Promoting the college-going mindset by implementing and supporting a variety of schoolwide "executive function" programs and activities (school planner, backpack and notebook organization systems, etc).
- As NVMI is very much at the nascent stages of its development (we are finishing our fourth year of operation), the successful applicant not only needs to possess the characteristics listed and be philosophically be 100% committed to the vision, but must also welcome the challenge of building a school community that achieves that vision and has ideas about how to do so.

A successful NVMI teacher may have lots of teaching experience or may be new to the teaching profession. But each teacher will possess ALL of the above characteristics and philosophically be 100% committed to the above vision. Further, NVMI Teachers fulfill the 15 duties of an NVMI Teacher, which are aligned with the 15 duties of an NVMI cadet and 15 duties of an NVMI parent.

15 Duties of an NVMI Teacher:

1. Strive to provide academic excellence
2. Promote daily, proper use of the school planner
3. Work well as a member of teams and departments
4. Offer engaging lessons that prepare students for college
5. Communicate with colleagues, students, and parents about student progress
6. Demonstrate integrity and professionalism
7. Set and uphold high expectations for your students
8. Be an active participant in the school community
9. Practice honest professional judgment
10. Show pride in your work and appearance
11. Uphold the Cadet Code of Honor
12. Follow the three NVMI Golden Rules: Do the right thing, treat others the way you want to be treated, make NVMI and the world a better place
13. Provide positive reinforcement for a college-going culture
14. Respect all four pillars: Academics, Athletics, Leadership, Citizenship
15. Practice self-care and reflection of your professional practices

Apply: Only individuals with a valid California credential (or eligibility for an Intern Credential) need apply. People with military experience and at least a Bachelor's Degree are particularly encouraged to apply. Please submit a copy of your credential(s) along with a resume and a cover letter explaining HOW you embody the job description above to the attention of:

Dr. Mark P. Ryan, Superintendent
North Valley Military Institute
8309 Laurel Canyon Blvd., #295
Sun Valley, CA 91352
Or via email to mryan@novamil.org
http://www.novamil.org/employment-opportunities

Our vision is simple yet demanding - get every one of our students accepted into a four year college or university and have them ready for college English and math without having to take remedial coursework. Our school is built on four pillars - ACADEMICS that prepare cadets for college; LEADERSHIP which is learned and practiced by leading peers; CITIZENSHIP to become the best human beings possible that treat others with respect, do the right thing, and make our world a better place; and ATHLETICS which promote lifelong habits of wellness (physical, emotional, and psychological).

NVMI is not a boot camp. We use the structure and discipline of a military model to provide an environment with predictable standards and high expectations where every student (called a cadet at NVMI) knows they are loved and cared for both as people and as learners. We believe that every student can learn and will learn if they have enough support to overcome the many obstacles they face.

As a military school, people often assume NVMI cadets will march everywhere, do push-ups on command, and sit in straight rows yelling "yes sir" and "no ma'am" as a matter of habit. Cadets do march and do physical fitness activities and use military courtesy. But academic classrooms at NVMI look and feel like any QUALITY academic classroom in America. Students collaborate regularly in small learning teams that are essential elements of all classes. They are expected to participate in group discussions and occasionally work independently and do silent work. But cadets are expected to be active participants in their learning and teachers expected to create conditions for learning which maximize the likelihood that each cadet masters Common Core State Standards.

The North Valley Military Institute College Preparatory Academy (NVMI) is a grades 6-12 public charter school in Sun Valley, CA (Northeast San Fernando Valley). We serve a wonderful, yet challenging demographic of students, most of whom come to us having experienced trauma in their young lives - trauma from violence in homes and the community, substance abuse, gangs, exploitation, and death to name just a few sources. More than 90% qualify for free and reduced lunch, more than 20% are identified Special Education, half are English learners, and nearly all have experienced significant academic and behavioral failures in previous school settings.


Commandant of Cadets - Minnesota

  • Saint Thomas Academy
  • Mendota Heights, Minnesota , USA
  • Start Date: July 2018
  • Posted Date: November 21, 2017

Summary:
Saint Thomas Academy (Military Institute) seeks a Commandant of Cadets beginning with the 2018-2019 school year to lead its development of an independent military leadership program in Grades 9-12.

Saint Thomas Academy's military leadership program develops mind, body and spirit of the cadets through 1) Academic Excellence, 2) Character Development, 3) Personal Motivation, 4) Physical Development, and 5) Leadership Development. In collaboration with the leadership of the school and under the guidance of the Headmaster, the Commandant develops and establishes the leadership culture for the Corps of Cadets, ensuring a supportive and orderly atmosphere for learning characterized by self-discipline, mutual respect and esprit de corps.

The Commandant oversees the military leadership program and reinforces an ethically grounded, balanced, fair system of promotions, incentives, recognition, and awards. A high level of communication and interpersonal skills; impeccable integrity; military bearing and physical fitness; mature judgement; and a passion for the development of young men are required.

Responsibilities
- Provide leadership for the furtherance of the school's independent military program and Corps of Cadets structure, maintaining its tradition of excellence and setting the course for programmatic enhancements and improvements;
- Develop, execute and supervise all aspects of leadership development, curriculum, and military discipline in accordance with STA regulations and policies, including evaluation and performance management of military instructors;
- Serves as a member of the administrative cabinet and advises the headmaster on issues of leadership, management, military discipline, and integration of the military program into school life;
- Assists the headmaster and the administrative cabinet in formulating policies and programs that support the school's visions and goals;
- Assist in the management of the behavior of students by establishing and maintaining effective military discipline and motivational techniques
- Builds support and clarifies issues of vision or policy regarding the management of a compulsory independent military program to members of the Academy's community, including faculty and staff;
- Establishes standards, policies and monitors performance for all aspects of leadership development and an independent military curriculum;
- Oversee the ongoing development, implementation, review, and improvement of the program of instruction and curriculum course material, while serving as the primary instructor for senior cadets in ML 4 and ADML 4;
- Handles all issues regarding the uniform, dress of cadets and military ceremonies;
- Manages the military leadership program effectively and efficiently, including the Quartermaster Store, within the budget established by the school;
- Provides oversight and/or support to the Crack Drill Squad, Rifle Team, Clay Target Trap & Skeet Team, Ranger Team, and the STA Honor Guard;
- Attend all STA events, conferences, fund raisers, athletic events as prescribed;
- Serves as a link between the school and the veteran / alumni community;
- Promotes the school's military traditions;
- Develops a positive working relationship with students, parents, coworkers, and alumni.

Qualifications
- Retired military field grade officer (any service)
- Extensive leadership experience at the platoon, company, and battalion level (or service equivalent)
- Bachelor's Degree minimum (Master's preferred)
- Proven teaching experience (ROTC, JROTC or service school experience preferred)
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Exceptional intellectual and analytical capabilities, open-mindedness and flexibility to balance the strong traditions and practices of STA's independent military program with the need for innovation and continuous improvement to achieve goals, maintain and further develop a premier independent military program
- Proven organizational skills in educational management, including but not limited to, curriculum development, lesson planning, instructional techniques, and assessments.
- Theoretical understanding and practical experience involving adolescent males
- Knowledge of the functioning and administration of a student-led Corps of Cadets
- Strong base of knowledge in leadership theory, philosophies and instruction
- Initiative and Innovation to identify and develop a first among equals independent military program
- Working knowledge in the instruction of military history
- Superb knowledge of military protocol, including drill and ceremonies
- Willing to undertake additional school responsibilities, coaching and /or moderating student co-curricular organizations
- Experience and demonstrated effectiveness working with individuals from diverse backgrounds

Personal Characteristics
The next Commandant of Cadets should demonstrate the following personal characteristics:
- Leadership effectiveness shown through decisive behaviors and successful communication
- Strong values and ethics that align with the Roman Catholic values and traditions of Saint Thomas Academy
- Innovator
- Collaborator and relationship builder
- Networker
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Positive role model
- Others-oriented
- Passion for the development of adolescent males

Apply: Interested individuals should submit the following:
- Cover letter outlining your interest in the position and Saint Thomas Academy. Please also include any specific salary requirements
- Current resume, including the last 3 military positions, and all relevant instructional experiences (not to exceed 4 pages)
- Copy of the Officer Record Brief (ORB) or service equivalent
- Copy of last 3 military award citations
- Copy of last 3 military Officer Evaluation Reports (OER) or service equivalent
- Three letters of recommendation
- A statement of educational philosophy, not to exceed 2 pages.

Please submit your materials via mail to:
Mr. Matthew Mohs, Headmaster
Saint Thomas Academy
949 Mendota Heights Road
Mendota Heights, MN 55120
If you wish to submit your materials via e-mail, please e-mail to mmohs@cadets.com and tgreenlee@cadets.com. If you do not receive confirmation of receipt, please call Tammy Greenlee at (651) 683-1505.

If you have questions about the position, please contact LTC (Ret) Michael DePuglio, Commandant, mdepuglio@cadets.com or Headmaster Matthew Mohs at mmohs@cadets.com

All materials must be received by 5 PM CST on January 31, 2018.
http://www.cadets.com/about-sta/employment-sta/

Since 1885, Saint Thomas Academy has prepared young men to lead lives of excellence through a rigorous college preparatory curriculum, moral and spiritual formation anchored in the teachings of the Catholic Church, and leadership and personal development through its military program.


Director of Admissions - Virginia

Summary:
The Fishburne Military School, a member of the Virginia Association of Independent Schools, seeks a Director of Admissions to begin full time in December 2017.

The Director of Admissions is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the cadet recruiting and admissions process for FMS. This encompasses conducting a holistic marketing campaign to increase public awareness and solicit prospective cadets through engaging web site content development, Open Houses and mass mailings. The Director of Admissions also processes and manages all outside inquiries, establishes positive contact with prospects, organizing and conducting campus/school tours and processing all incoming applications in an expeditious manner to ensure they meet Fishburne's high entry standards. Finally, the Director of Admissions is responsible for cadet registration activities, to include coordinating with families to ensure proper completion of all necessary paperwork, acting as a liaison to new families to facilitate registration and orienting new cadets and families on matriculation day.

The Director of Admissions supervises and directs the work of the Associate Directors of Admissions and the Director of Communications and works closely with the Business Manager in the completion of their duties. This position reports to the Superintendent of the School.

A Bachelor's degree is required. The successful candidate will have strong organizational, communications and interpersonal skills. The candidate should demonstrate a superior analytical acumen, a familiarity with desktop publishing and possess two to three years experience in promotions or marketing and exhibit excellent customer service skills. The candidate must be willing to wear a military uniform, work extended hours to include weekends and travel.

Apply: Interested candidates should email a letter of introduction, a resume, and a completed employment application to CAPT Mark Black USN (Retired), Superintendent, (mblack@fishburne.org) 225 S Wayne Ave, Waynesboro VA, 22980. Employment applications can be found on the FMS website at www.fishburne.org.

Fishburne Military School is an all-male, college preparatory, private day and boarding school located in Waynesboro, Virginia; situated just minutes away from the beautiful Shenandoah Mountains. Founded in 1879, Fishburne Military School is a family-oriented military academy focused on preparing boys in grades 7-12 with a whole man education which includes the academic knowledge and skills to succeed in college, along with the character and leadership values to succeed at life. Our military-style of education helps young men develop strong team, character and leadership skills, and the intangible character traits such as: accountability, honor, discipline, responsibility, respect for one's self and others, and pride; all of which are critically important for success in college and beyond.


Digital Media Coordinator - Indiana

  • Culver Academies
  • Culver, Indiana, USA
  • Start Date: October 2017
  • Posted Date: October 23, 2017

Summary:
The Digital Media Coordinator will be responsible for writing, video storytelling, and posting content on various digital platforms. This includes creative development and maintenance of Culver Academies' websites, blogs, electronic newsletters, and social media campaigns and events. Important duties include graphic design, editing digital images, designing webpages, interviewing, video editing, and using electronic publishing software efficiently and effectively. Expected to leverage online marketing tools such as SEO and other platforms to increase interactive results. Current social media niches include drone videotaping, 360, and Facebook Live.

Ongoing management duties include marketing research to identify online trends, tracking developments in emerging technologies, and recognizing the requirements to implement innovative media campaigns, identifying target audiences and creating best ways to present information to these audiences.

As a staff writer the Digital Media Coordinator serves as a primary communicator of the Culver message, functioning as a copywriter, proofreader, consulting in crisis communications, writing and distributing press releases, and drafting copy as needed for internal/external use.

In addition to regular duties, the Digital Media Coordinator is expected to participate in various clubs and activities, coach athletic teams, perform student supervisory, and chaperone duties, and engage in other such duties as may be assigned by the proper authorities.

REQUIREMENTS: Skills in marketing and public relations, plus technological savvy, are required in this field. A Bachelor's Degree in Journalism, Communications, Public Relations, or Liberal Arts (English) OR a minimum of five years relevant work experience in a related field; editing, word processing, printing equipment, photography, video editing and storytelling, interviewing, social media platforms, and various software computer programs like Adobe Creative Suite and Wordpress; proven planning and organizational skills are requirements of this position. Knowledge of the printing industry requirements as well as photography skills are desired.

Culver offers a comprehensive benefit package for eligible employees immediately upon hire. Benefits include Health, Dental, Vision, a Flexible Spending Account, Life Insurance, a 403b retirement account with a very generous company match, use of our on-site Fitness Center, one hour of paid fitness time per week, a FREE on-site Health Clinic including some FREE prescription medications, FREE meals in the Dining Hall, limited laundry and dry cleaning services, 10 paid holidays, 200 hours of paid vacation time, and a 10% discount at the Campus Store and at the Uniform Shop.


Middle School English/History/Social Studies Instructor - California

As a military school, people often assume NVMI cadets will march everywhere, do push-ups on command, and sit in straight rows yelling 'yes sir' and 'no ma'am' as a matter of habit. While our cadets do march and do physical fitness activities and use military courtesy, the most important thing they do is to recognize, appreciate and achieve their fullest potential


Commandant - Missouri

Summary:
The Commandant sets the leadership culture for the Corps of Cadets, ensuring a supportive and orderly atmosphere for learning. Commandant ensures all leaders support an encouraging and positive learning environment characterized by mutual respect, self-discipline, and esprit de corps. The Commandant focuses on the 360 degree education program that develops mind, body and spirit with 1)Academic Excellence, 2) Character Development, 3)Personal Motivation, 4)Physical Development, and 5)Leadership.

Apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter via email to Amy Groves, Director of Human Resources at Amy.Groves@MissouriMilitaryAcademy.org


Physics / Mathematics Instructor - Missouri

Apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter via email to Amy Groves, Director of Human Resources at Amy.Groves@MissouriMilitaryAcademy.org

Missouri Military Academy offers a dynamic educational experience for boys in grades 7 -12 in a boarding school environment. The Academy is known for its 360 Degree Education, which provides a well-rounded, holistic education that is centered upon the pillars of academic excellence, character development, personal motivation, physical health and the enhancement of leadership skills.


Mathematics Instructor - Missouri

Summary:
We are seeking full time Mathematics Instructor with proven experience in teaching across the mathematics spectrum. In addition we are seeking individuals with strong leadership skills who will work collaboratively with members of the mathematics department.

Apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter via email to Amy Groves, Director of Human Resources at Amy.Groves@MissouriMilitaryAcademy.org

Missouri Military Academy offers a dynamic educational experience for boys in grades 7 -12 in a boarding school environment. The Academy is known for its 360 Degree Education, which provides a well-rounded, holistic education that is centered upon the pillars of academic excellence, character development, personal motivation, physical health and the enhancement of leadership skills.


Chemistry Instructor - Missouri

Summary:
We are seeking full time Chemistry Instructor with experience and expertise in teaching college prep and advanced classes in chemistry for the 2017-2018 school year. Applicants will teach a wide range of topics including physical and chemical properties of matter, as well as the laws that govern their behavior.

Apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter via email to Amy Groves, Director of Human Resources at Amy.Groves@MissouriMilitaryAcademy.org

Missouri Military Academy offers a dynamic educational experience for boys in grades 7 -12 in a boarding school environment. The Academy is known for its 360 Degree Education, which provides a well-rounded, holistic education that is centered upon the pillars of academic excellence, character development, personal motivation, physical health and the enhancement of leadership skills.


English Instructor - Missouri

Summary:
MMA seeks a full time Instructor of English for the 2017-2018 academic year. In addition we are seeking individuals with strong leadership skills who will work collaboratively with members of the department. Upper level and dual credit experience preferred.

Apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter via email to Amy Groves, Director of Human Resources at Amy.Groves@MissouriMilitaryAcademy.org

Missouri Military Academy offers a dynamic educational experience for boys in grades 7 -12 in a boarding school environment. The Academy is known for its 360 Degree Education, which provides a well-rounded, holistic education that is centered upon the pillars of academic excellence, character development, personal motivation, physical health and the enhancement of leadership skills.




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